A Polish woman who killed her husband by repeatedly stamping on his head cannot be deported from Britain because of EU rules, it emerged today.
A judge rejected the Home Office’s claim that Theresa Rafacz posed a danger to the public despite her admitting the ‘gratuitous’ attack.
Mr Justice Blake, the UK’s most senior immigration judge, ruled that she could stay because her crime did not cross a ‘seriousness threshold’ under European law.
EU citizens can only be ordered out of the country if they have committed crimes in ‘exceptional circumstances.’
Rafacz pleaded guilty to manslaughter and was jailed for two years after Belfast Crown Court was told how she ‘lost control’ when she came home from work to find her husband Piotr drunk while he was meant to be looking after their three-year-old son.
So many things wrong with this I’m not sure where to start!
TWO YEARS for killing someone by STAMPING ON HIS head???
Then a judge saying it was not serious enough for a deportation order?
I love the assessment of MEDIUM risk of reoffending too!!! Time bomb or what…
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